John Glaser, CEO of the Health Services Business Unit of Siemens, joined Aneesh Chopra, chief technology officer of the United States, in the HIT X.0 session "A Glimpse at Tomorrow's Technology Today."
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Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of the journal Health Affairs, speaks at the View From the Top session, "Doctor No: The Response to HITECH."
An attendee asks a question during the Monday keynote, "The Innovator's Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Healthcare." Jason Hwang, executive director of healthcare at the Innosight Institute, led the session.
John Templin, owner of Templin Management Associates and wearer of the most badge ribbons each year at HIMSS, is a perennial photo favorite.
Economist and Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich gave Monday's opening keynote speech, in which he discussed the impact of healthcare on the economy.
Audience members listen to Reich's keynote speech, at which he identified Medicare as the economy's "3,000-pound gorilla."
C. Martin Harris, MD, CIO of the Cleveland Clinic and HIMSS board chairman, talks with Reich during Monday's opening keynote.
Reich signs a copy of After-Shock for an attendee.
Mat Kendall, director of the Office of Provider Adoption Support, speaks at Monday's Regional Extension Center Townhall meeting.
Back to the Future's DeLorean, complete with the Flux Capacitor, hover board and a "HITECH" license plate, can be found at RelWare's booth.